Pakistan spy assigned to collect information on Army, BSF nabbed in Rajasthan

Kishore (in pic) crawled under the barricades to cross the border near Barmer.

Jaipur, September 13: The security agencies have arrested a Pakistani spy from Barmer in Rajasthan. He had crossed the border near Barmer with the help of the Pakistani Army and was assigned to collect information on the activities of the Indian Army and the Border Security Force (BSF).

According to the reports, the Pakistani spy, identified as Kishore, is now being taken to Jaipur for interrogation. He had reportedly crossed the borders by crawling under the barricades. He was later caught by the villagers and handed over to the security forces.

On being interrogated, Kishore told the security agencies that he was sent to India by his maternal uncle to gather information on the activities of the BSF and the Indian Army.

The Pakistani spy told the security forces that he was transported by train to Khokhrapar town in Pakistan. From Khokhrapar, the Pakistani Army helped him in crossing the border.

He was questioned for three days but is now being sent to Jaipur for further interrogation since he kept changing his statements.

Kishore was sent in green clothes so that his movements would not be detected in the forests by the security forces.

Earlier in September, two Pakistani nationals, who were caught while trying to enter Kashmir, revealed in their interrogation that more than 50 Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists have been waiting to enter India.

They also revealed that the terrorists are waiting to infiltrate India with the help of Pakistan’s Army and the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), sources have said.

Khalil Ahmad and Mozam Khokar, the Pakistani nationals, have told the interrogators that Pakistan’s army has been using its posts at Kacharban to help the terrorists enter India.

Sources have also confirmed that the Pakistan army and ISI have activated more than a dozen launching pads across the Line of Control (LoC).